The Two Latest Additions to the Polestar Family

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The Polestar 3 and Polestar 4. Photo Polestar

Every car that bears the Polestar emblem has been meticulously designed and built to suit the different lifestyles of its drivers.

Although the Polestar 3 and Polestar 4 may look similar to the untrained eye, they actually have many differences, both on and under the collision.

Both vehicles perfectly reflect Polestar’s commitment to eco-responsibility, thanks to the judicious use of ecological and recycled materials. Both the Polestar 3 and Polestar 4 have a preliminary range of up to 482 km EPA (the Polestar 4’s preliminary range is 482 km EPA, while the Polestar 3’s preliminary range is 506 km EPA depending on specifications). Both SUVs also offer incredible performance, with some models boasting over 500 hp. Each can comfortably accommodate five people with all their luggage.

SUV – Polestar 3

This full-size SUV pushes the limits of electric performance with aerodynamic fenders and blades, and a low roofline that gives it a sporty, elegant character. Built on the new SPA2 technology platform, the Polestar 3 features dual-chamber adaptive air suspension, which drivers can adjust to suit their preferences, between comfort and sporty driving.

Built with space and luxury in mind, the Polestar 3 can accommodate five people, and its trunk has a volume of 597 litres with the rear seats up and 1,411 litres with them folded down. Whether you’re looking for exclusivity, power, space or a mix of all three, you’ll be perfectly satisfied. Big, comfortable, efficient and in tune with its sporting roots, the Polestar 3 is the perfect luxury performance solution for the electric age.

SUV Coupe – Polestar 4

The Polestar 4 is a coupe SUV whose sloping rear end is designed not only to make it look incredible, but also to make it glide through the air with ease (of course, the Polestar 3 features its own clever aerodynamic tricks) and give it enhanced performance and efficiency. Tall rear passengers need not worry that the car’s aerodynamic design will reduce headroom, a problem often shared in this type of vehicle. On the contrary, thanks to an ingenious new design, they have plenty of space at the rear.

This extra space even allows the rear seats to be reclined, offering passengers a more refined experience. There’s one particular detail you can’t miss on the Polestar 4: the absence of a rear window. As the rear roof is pushed far back, which would completely block the view to the rear–the rear window has been replaced by a roof-mounted camera and a digital rear-view mirror. The panoramic glass roof extends further back to the rear passengers, giving them plenty of light and a feeling of space.

Which one suits you best?

Both the Polestar 3 and Polestar 4 offer incredible performance, premium quality and equipment, practicality and cutting-edge design for different lifestyles. Just as other manufacturers offer cars in line with their core brand values in different segments, Polestar has done the same. Each car will have its own unique appeal to different types of driver.

Both the Polestar 3 and Polestar 4 are available to order now; deliveries are scheduled for later in 2024.



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